There’s a great opportunity for dealerships despite COVID-19 disruptions. That’s what Matt Niess, director of Business Development at Automotive-Mastermind, wants business owners to know in the Lifeline Series webinar.
As auto dealers, we know disruption; it isn’t new and it will never stop. In fact, we’ve found a way to grow and thrive out of disruption, and the coronavirus pandemic will serve as yet another example of dealers adapting and overcoming our challenges.
While the coronavirus pandemic accelerated the implementation of digital retailing tools, dealers are focused on aligning with their customers’ wants and needs.
The role truck dealers play during a pandemic is critical. Ray Grapsy, ATD 20 Group consultant, presented the best ideas from 20 Group truck dealers in the lifeline series webinar The Best Ideas from ATD 20 Groups: In Times of COVID-19 Pandemic.
NADA wants to highlight what dealers are doing to support their local communities, including first responders, charitable organizations and families, during this difficult time. Tell us about your experience and your staff, community and store.
If you use Zoom for meetings and collaborations, there are ways to protect your organization and your meetings from disruption.
Due to the coronavirus, new-vehicle sales have plummeted 34% in March…hundreds of showrooms are dark, with 22 states enforcing restrictions on in-person sales…and many businesses have shuttered under numerous shelter-in-place measures. Under these circumstances, dealers are rightly turning to online sales.
To help dealers ensure that their accounting departments continue to support the needs of the dealership, NADA hosted a webinar, Keeping the Wheels Turning in the Accounting Office with a Remote Workforce.
Dealerships are powerful economic engines for America, and cash flow is the fuel that runs the motor. But right now, the gauge is nearing empty. Here’s how to start filling up.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to hold the country captive, auto repair and service departments at franchised car dealers remain open for business, ensuring the safety and reliability of personal transportation for all Americans.